Manyara National Park
Manyara National Park is a protected area located in northern Tanzania, covering an area of about 330 square kilometers. It is named after Lake Manyara, which is a shallow alkaline lake located within the park. The park is situated between the Great Rift Valley and the Manyara Escarpment and is known for its diverse wildlife and stunning landscapes.
The park is home to a wide range of animals, including elephants, giraffes, buffalos, hippos, zebras, and various species of antelopes. It is also famous for its tree-climbing lions, which can often be seen resting in the branches of acacia trees. Other predators in the park include leopards, hyenas, and jackals.
Birdwatchers will also appreciate the park’s over 400 species of birds, including pink flamingos, pelicans, storks, and various species of eagles and vultures.
Visitors can enjoy game drives, birdwatching, guided walks, and cultural tours in the park. There are also several lodges and campsites within and around the park for visitors to stay in.